The six new ‘seaside gems’ awarded Grade II listed status, from Skegness Townhall to Hythe Pier 

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The designations were awarded today by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport on the advice of Historic England

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The sites include a picturesque boathouse off the coast of Devon that was built to celebrate the coronation of King George IV in 1937, eight of Blackpool’s decorative promenade shelters, and a stone obelisk in Southend that marked the City of London’s jurisdiction over the River Thames from 1197 to 1857.

Hythe Pier, which opened in 1881 and still runs a public electric train dating back to 1922, has also been listed, along with Skegness Town Hall.

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